The Warren County Sheriff’s Office Business Watch Program helps to ensure that the businesses located in the County Of Warren operate in a safe and secure environment. It is a law enforcement and business partnership working closely together that accomplishes our mission statement - that our office and businesses will work together to keep our businesses and communities safer. A partial list of services provided include but not limited to the following:
Training brochures may be obtained at the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. If we can be of further assistance and you wish to add your business to our Certified Business Watch Program please feel free to contact Deputy Tom Hodges at (540) 635-4128 or (540) 635-7243.
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Home Security Program
The Warren County Sheriff’s Office Home Security Program helps to ensure that homes located within the County of Warren are kept as safe as possible while utilizing Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) techniques. A partial list of services provided includes but are not limited to the following checks and assessments for our citizens:
1. Security Devices and Hardware (target hardening doors, locks, and alarms)
2. Security Lighting
3. Territoriality-Strategies (maintenance, home/community gardens, indoor/outdoor activity areas and seasonal decorations)
4. Setting up and maintaining neighborhood watch programs (increase natural surveillance within the community, reduce crime/ prevent crime, and citizen patrols)
5. Community Presentations
Crime Prevention brochures may be obtained at the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. If we can be of further assistance and you wish to be contacted about a security assessment or community presentation please feel free to contact Deputy Tom Hodges at (540) 635-4128 or (540) 635-7243.
Last Updated (Thursday, 17 May 2012 11:30)
Sheriff's Summer Youth Camp
The Warren County Sheriff’s Summer Youth Camp started in 2004 as a promise made by Sheriff McEathron for the youth of Warren County. This camp is provided for children who live in Warren County/Front Royal. The camp is designed to build a more positive relationship between law enforcement officers and the youth within the community. With generous donations by local businesses and individuals, this camp is provided free of charge to the parents.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Camp runs for five consecutive days. Campers and counselors stay overnight on site at the 4-H Center located in Front Royal, VA. There are a wide variety of activities that campers and counselors participate in which include canoeing on the Shenandoah River, fishing at Isaak Walton, and a challenge course that builds confidence and teaches team work skills. The atmosphere is not only fun, it is also a learning experience for the campers as well as the counselors.
The selection process for the Sheriff’s Camp usually starts around January with applications being distributed to all of the Elementary Schools along with the Warren County Middle School. Area youth between the ages of 10 and 13 — or fifth to seventh grade — are invited to go through the application process in order to spend a week with deputies enjoying activities, games and new friends.
If you have any questions regarding the Warren County Sheriff’s Summer Youth Camp contact Sgt. Ray Fogle, Director or Deputy Cindy Burke, Co-Director at 540-635-4128 or by email at email@example.com.
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TRIAD / S.A.L.T.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Office involvement with the Front Royal / Warren Co. TRIAD Council began in 2001. Our Sheriff’s Office provides a deputy representative to attend monthly meetings and assist with fundraising and other program support.
The concept of TRIAD equates to the following three tiers or triangle of service to the senior citizen community:
The continued success of the Front Royal / Warren County TRIAD / S.A.L.T. Council is directly related to the cooperative efforts of the three entities listed above.
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S.A.L.T. (Seniors and Law Enforcement Together) remains a vital affiliate of the TRIAD concept “providing a safety net” for many of our most venerable senior citizens. The positive relationship that is fostered between senior citizens and law enforcement is invaluable.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Office maintains involvement in TRIAD / S.A.L.T. by providing deputy support and assists by applying for grant funding for Project Life-Line and Auto-Dialer programs. Project Life-Line and the Auto-Dialer System provides essential services to those senior citizens who live alone and are susceptible to falls within or outside of their homes, or senior citizens having other special medical conditions that require special monitoring. Life-line and auto-dialer devices are electronic units worn by senior citizens that are easily accessed in an emergency.
Project Life-Line or Auto-Dialer applicant processing is accomplished at the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging, at 207 Mosby Lane, Front Royal. Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging can be reached by email at http://www.shenandoahaaa.com/ or by calling 1-540-635-714.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 26 October 2010 11:09)
The Warren Co. Sheriff’s Office began implementation of the G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education & Training) program in 2005. G.R.E.A.T.’s six lesson, skills based curriculum has been presented locally at the 5th grade level to approximately 900 students. G.R.E.A.T. lessons are designed to produce knowledge, attitude, and behavioral changes through the use of facilitative teaching, positive behavioral rehearsal, cooperative and interactive learning techniques, and extended teacher activities.
G.R.E.A.T. incorporates many topics into its classroom lessons including: bullying, victims and bystanders, decisions and outcomes, identifying adults who can help, clear messages and communication, anger management, and respecting others. Gang awareness and prevention facilitation discussions are an important component of this 6 lesson program.
The primary goal of the G.R.E.A.T. program is to prevent violence while developing a positive bond between law enforcement and youth during their early developmental years.
For more information about the G.R.E.A.T. program please contact the Warren County Sheriff’s D.A.R.E. Office at 1-540-635-0399 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information may also be obtained at the G.R.E.A.T. website, www.great-online.org.
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